Invicti for IT & Telecom

Invicti for IT & Telecom

Web Application Security without Compromises

Invicti is a scalable, multi-user web application security solution with built-in workflow and reporting tools ideal for security teams. It’s available as a hosted and self-hosted solution and can be fully integrated in any development or testing environment.

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Troy Hunt

I’ve long been an advocate of Invicti because I believe it’s the easiest on-demand, do it yourself dynamic security analysis tool.


Support Valuable Staff

Cybersecurity resources become harder to find because the demand rises very quickly. Your valuable staff should not spend time on tasks that can be automated. With Invicti, your security researchers can focus on the most interesting challenges.

Automate vulnerability assessment and management

Trust Your Scanner

A tool makes no sense if it requires regular manual intervention. A security system that keeps reporting false positives may be worse than no security system at all. Invicti uses Proof-Based Scanning technology to identify and confirm vulnerabilities, thus greatly reducing the number of false positives.

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Create an Integrated Environment

Invicti is made to be part of your current workflows and the software development lifecycle. Issue tracker integration lets you manage all vulnerabilities using your current tools. Continuous Integration interfaces help you secure your web applications at the earliest development stages.

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Trusted by IT & Telecom Companies Like

British Telecom
RPM Software

“Invicti are not just another vendor from where we purchase any other software, they are like business partners.”

Jade Ohlhauser, CTO

RPM Software Uses Invicti to Ensure their Online Service Offering is Secure

As a cloud-based software developer and provider, RPM Software is responsible for the sensitive data their customers store on their solutions, hence they cannot afford to take web application security lightly…

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PCI Compliance – The Good, The Bad, and The Insecure – Part 2

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Save your security team hundreds of hours with Invicti’s web security scanner.

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